After spending a wild summer there during his teens, Barry Lewis returned almost 20 years later to shoot the Butlin’s experience in all its glory.
During the ’70s and ’80s, Neil Martinson used his camera to document the community he grew up in.
Between 1970 - 1980, photographer Mike Goldwater wandered the ‘labyrinthine’ system under the city, documenting people as they travelled from place to place.
To mark the release of East London Photo Stories, we speak to seven different photographers about what keeps bringing them back to the neighbourhood.
In never before seen pictures, The East End In Colour remembers the warmth and character of a bygone London, as captured by David Granick.
Forget the off-putting jargon and elitist hipsters. A new book from Hoxton Mini Press proves that the world of coffee is open to anyone, celebrating all that's great about the most dynamic coffee scene on the planet.
From council estates to underground tunnels – Hoxton Mini Press' latest book, Unseen London, offers a different perspective to the British capital.
Photographer Jenny Lewis has spent years photographing East London artists in their own studios, capturing creativity in its most intimate setting.
In his new book, photographer Andrew Holligan captures a snapshot of Dalston, East London in the 1980s, a hub of diversity on the cusp of change.